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HUNTINGDON CASTLE

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A Norman motte and bailey castle built in 1068 for William the Conqueror. Low and large motte surrounded by several baileys, and foundations of a gatehouse. Dismantled in 1174. The castle was refortified during the Civil War when the bailey rampart was altered to support artillery guarding the Ouse crossing.

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